Group activities at Club La Santa are often a mixture of aerobics, functional training, fitness and fitness dance. We are constantly renewing and improving our group classes and activities, so the following is only a guide to the types of activities we offer. Our current weekly programme is always available online to get an insight into what we have to offer right now.
Les Mills BODYPUMP™, BODYCOMBAT™ and BODYBALANCE™
You can also do the original Les Mills training with us and our instructors are of course certified. As most other things it is completely free of charge. Duration: 55-60 minutes.
Zumba® invites you to Latin America. It has energetic music, salsa, reggae tones, cumbia and much more. Simple choreography with sweat on your forehead, swinging hips and a smile on your face. Duration: 50 min.
Dance classes for everyone. You will learn the choreography from scratch set to a particular piece of music. Depending on the instructor’s choice the style can be Hip Hop, Contemporary, jazz, Latin, afro or one of many other popular rhythms. Duration: 50 minutes.
In this workout you will strengthen and tone the whole of your core with or without equipment. Duration: 40 min.
Body Bike is indoor cycling, adapted to beginners and advanced participants. The beginners class briefly introduces you to the principle of the Body Bike, setting and safety when using the bike. Common to both the beginners and advanced class is the focus on fitness. The training takes place in blocks where the intensity increases with short intervals. Duration: 45-50 minutes.
Deep Water Aqua
You are equipped with a belt and a set of dumb bells. Then it is about big movements where Range of Motion is paramount to load. The class is gentle on the muscles and joints, and not least it’s fun. Since gravity is put out of play, it becomes a whole new - and different way to move yourself. Duration: 30 minutes.
Fitball is a unique strength and balance workout, where stability and core training is paramount. It is a 50-minute workout that has functionality in focus. The use of Fitball ensures the possibility of a graduation of the training. This means that the workout is suitable for everyone - regardless of level. Duration: 50 minutes.
A fun class that challenges you on your ability to keep your Hula Hoop spinning while you are doing basic, functional exercises. Duration: 30 minutes.
At S.U.P. fitness you will perform different fitness exercises on a Stand Up Paddle Board. The S.U.P. is an unstable platform which acts as a form of balance trainer, increasing the intensity of every exercise - lots of fun! You must be able to swim! Minimum age: 15 years. Duration: 55 min.
Every morning at 8.00, we get the day and body moving with the classic Club La Santa morning gymnastics. And yes, the music is the same as in the old days. There is a large attendance of happy people every morning. Duration: 15 min.
Senior circuit training
The group that focuses on strength training for the whole body. The class changes depending on the instructor, but the fitness centre’s Easy Line equipment is always used. The equipment works so the more you give, the more resistance you will experience. In practice, this means that the training involves quality regardless of strength level. Minimum age 50-years-old. Duration: 40 minutes.
A high-energy class where we use the Reebok step platform. You can choose from 4 levels of difficulty in relation to choreography. Duration: 50 min.
Barefoot Fitness is the basic functional strength training, where you work on your own body weight. As the name suggests, all training is without shoes. Duration: 50 minutes.
Intro to Boxing Circuit
Training gets its inspiration from boxing. We start with basic movements and combinations from the boxing world. In addition, the central focus of the class is to boost fitness and perform functional strength of the whole body.
TRX training is whole body workout with specific focus on a strong core. You use a suspension trainer that can be used for working out the whole body. We work with many types of progression, which makes the class suitable for all. Duration: 50 min.
In these sessions, everything from body weight, to medicine ball, boxing, kettle bells, dumbbells or something else entirely is used. The class is divided into blocks. It is high intensity and aims for quality of movement. The focus is to improve strength and stamina. Duration: 75 minutes.
Functional training has its origins in rehabilitation. Physical and Occupational therapists often use this approach to retrain patients with movement disorders. Interventions are designed to incorporate task and context specific practice in areas meaningful to each patient, with an overall goal of functional independence. For example, exercises that mimic what patients did at home or work may be included in treatment in order to help them return to their lives or jobs after an injury or surgery.